From the desk of Kimberly Denny-Ryder
Everyone loves a good murder mystery. The classic scene where a butler is found dead after the lights suddenly flicker is one that everyone can picture. The thrill of the hunt for the killer is just as exciting as the disappearance of the characters in the plot. As a big fan of Agatha Christie’s mysteries it is no surprise, then, that I was thrilled to read the fourth novel in Tracy Kiely’s Elizabeth Parker mystery series, Murder Most Austen.
Set in present day, Murder Most Austen introduces us to a Miss Elizabeth Parker, an Austen fanatic (aren’t we all!) that is traveling with her Aunt Winnie to an annual Jane Austen conference in Bath, England. On the way to the conference, they meet Professor Richard Baines, a pretentious man who is under the impression Continue reading “Murder Most Austen: A Mystery, by Tracy Kiely – A Review”